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Is 'already' needed in the transformed sentence?
The refreshments had been arranged before the guest-of-honour arrived.
In the transformed sentence below, is 'already' needed?
By the time the guest-of-honour arrived, the refreshments had (already) been arranged.
Re: Is 'already' needed in the transformed sentence?
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